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In addition to a new Mac mini and a new MacBook Air, Apple also unveiled a new MacBook Pro yesterday. The 13,3-inch model with an M1 chip has 8 CPU cores, 8 GPU cores and other interesting specs. An overview of the technical data of the MacBook Pro (late 2020) as well as a few pictures and the prices for the different equipment can be found in this post. The long battery life resulting from the switch from Intel to Apple's own ARM chips is also interesting. The new Mac models from Apple can be ordered immediately.
Here I have summarized the most important data of the new MacBook Pro in the 13,3-inch version. Unlike the Air model, only one version of the M1 chip is used. This has 8 cores for both the CPU and the GPU. In order not to put everything in the running text, here is the clear list with the specs:
The Mac mini had the last model in 2018, the MacBook Air in March 2020 and the MacBook Pro in May 2020. That was not that long ago. However, this model was equipped with an Intel chip instead of the “Apple Silicon” SoC. Accordingly, there is now a leap in performance and efficiency. This is in the current press release broken down to the new Apple Macs as follows:
Depending on the Apple device, you can always choose a different configuration and thus a different price. B. can be selected with different memory sizes. The Apple computers can be further customized, the new 13,3 inch MacBook Pro can be equipped with different sizes of RAM and SSD storage. In the following table you can see how this affects the price.
|random access memory||SSD storage||Price|
|8 GB RAM||256 GB||1.412,45 €|
|512 GB||1.636,65 €|
|1 TB||1.860,85 €|
|2 TB||2.309,25 €|
|16 GB RAM||256 GB||1.636,65 €|
|512 GB||1.860,85 €|
|1 TB||2.085,05 €|
|2 TB||2.533,45 €|
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.